Free Nexus 5 Unlock Code – The latest Nexus device was released about a month ago by LG and Google, the Nexus 5. This is being referred to as the best Nexus this far – it also is the first device to be released with Android 4.4 Kit Kat. It also comes with LTE support, a snapdragon processor and much more. It’s being billed as having “top-tier specs at budget prices” and we tend to agree. There are some issues with the display not being quite as bright as one would expect and not as bright as it’s competitors. That said – it’s still a solid phone and even has some cool things like “face recognition” to unlock the device.
Checkout some reviews and specs and even some comparisons to the other latest LG device, the LG G2:
Free HTC One Max unlock code – The HTC One Max was released on Friday and giving us the HTC One Mini, HTC One and HTC One Max. The One Max has an extremely large 5.9 inch 1080p display. In the US it’s currently only available on sprint but you can expect it soon on AT&T and then T-Mobile and others to follow. There really isn’t too much different with the One Max as compared to the One….other than it’s large size. It lacks in the same places the HTC One lacked in respect to the camera and a few other things. It’s really just a bigger display. But – if you really want a phablet and really like your HTC One…..then the HTC One Max is definitely for you.
To unlock the HTC One Max you have several options – you can call the carrier the device is locked to and request the code, however, that usually requires you jumping through a few hoops for the carrier. If you want a free HTC One Max unlock code you can get one by following the link below and completing one of the TrialPay offers.
If you cannot get a free unlock code from the carrier or provider and you aren’t interested in any of the TrialPay offers you can buy the same IMEI unlock code from either of the following vendors. Both are trusted and fast.
This LG device has been around for a while and is one of AT&T’s many entry level phones. It’s not too shabby with a 3 inch touchscreen, a full qwerty keyboard and a decent processor to boot and you can pick it up for about a dollar from AT&T. That is, of course, with a two year contract. So maybe not that great of a deal after all when you can get a Samsung Galaxy S 3 for about the same price with the same contract. Checkout what the rest of the web has to say about this phone, it’s specs, etc and then we’ll get into unlocking the AT&T LG Xpression (for free!).
So now you have the AT&T LG Xpression and need to unlock it. You can try calling AT&T and requesting the code – they may give you a free unlock code. If you cannot get a free code from AT&T you can still get a free LG Xpression unlock code via the following link. Choose a TrialPay offer and receive your unlock code for free.
If you can’t get a code from AT&T and don’t want to complete a TrialPay offer you can purchase the same IMEI unlock code online from the following vendors (each of them also offers a free method as well):
AT&T Motorola Moto X Unlock Code – The Moto X is pretty well the whole reason Google bought Motorola and we’ve all been waiting about two years for this device. Was it worth the wait? Maybe. It’s a nice phone for sure, but is any phone worth a two year wait? And if it is – are you happy with what you get when it’s released compared to the other phones released around the same time? The AT&T Motorola Moto X has several claims to “fame”. First – the phone is assembled here in the USA – not to be confused with MADE. Most all the parts that are assembled here are made overseas. If you’re interested in “designing” your own phone, you can certainly create a one of a kind with the Moto X and Moto Maker. Customize to your hearts content. The phone also sports something they call “active display” which feeds you the need-to-know data without any noise and without wasting your battery. They’ve also focused quite a bit on the touchless control via voice commands. We like the device although we’re not quite sure after two years it’s all it could be.
Free AT&T Motorola Moto X Unlock Code
If you’re looking to find a free Motorola Moto X unlock code – there a are a couple of ways you can get one. First, and probably the easiest, is to call AT&T and tell them you’re travelling overseas and need an unlock code for your device. Usually carriers are going to require you to be a current customer in good standing in order to give you a code for circumstances like those. If you cannot get a free unlock code from the carrier you can find the same thing online. We’ve located 2 sources that will offer a free Moto X unlock code if you jump through a couple hoops, namely – fill out and complete a TrialPay offer. The good thing is – some of the TrialPay offers are even free – the rest are things you probably want to buy anyway.
Samsung recently announced the latest Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note 3. It’s their biggest and maybe even their fastest. Like the previous versions of the Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note 3 is huge. 5.7 inch display. This phone is responsible for the term “phablet”, the cross between a phone and a tablet. The Galaxy Note 3 is slimmer, faster and bigger than it’s predecessor. Checkout the reviews and specs and hands-on in the links below. There’s a lot of coverage out there for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and we’ve tried to weed through it and give you some of the best:
We have searched the web for free unlock codes for the new Samsung Galaxy Note III but we were unable to locate any. There are a number of sources offering codes for the Note III but none of them for free. If you have a chance to receive a free unlock code for the Samsung Galaxy Note III you’ll probably have to get that code from the carrier the phone is locked to. Outside of that option, you’re going to need to buy your unlock code for this device. We’ve found the cheapest and fastest sources for Samsung unlock codes and listed them both below:
Moto X Unlock Code – When the Moto X drops on networks all over on the 23rd get yours unlocked for free. Free Moto X Unlock Code – just complete a TrialPay offer at one of the sites below and get your phone unlocked for free. If you don’t want to complete a TrialPay offer you can purchase a code as well. Both options beat jumping through hoops and waiting for the carrier to give it to you (or charge you for it).
The Moto X is “designed and assembled” in the USA. There appears to be some confusion that this also means the parts, the guts, are also American made. That is definitely NOT the case. Nearly all of the internal parts are made overseas, usually in Asia. There’s a pretty good buzz on this phone regarding things other than whether it’s “made in America” or not. To check out some reviews and other news, pics, etc on the Moto X check the links below:
Unlock Nokia Lumia 1020 – You can now get the Nokia Lumia 1020 on AT&T in yellow, white or black. It’s a camera that also works as a phone. A 41 MP camera is probably the most noticeable stat about this device. The processor, screen, etc you’ve all seen before. 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, the same screen as on the Nokia Lumia 925. If you were looking for an amazing camer….and don’t mind having a phone attached to it, this is the device for you.
Here’s a rundown of what the rest of the internet has to say about the Nokia Lumia 1020;
If you need to Unlock the Nokia Lumia 1020 you can get free unlock codes from the two sources below. Just choose the TrialPay option at checkout, complete a trialpay offer, and receive your free Nokia Lumia 1020 unlock code.
The new HTC Zara, the unannounced HTC device, has a new name. The HTC Desire 601. That’s what it will be called on launch. There’s a number of rumors and leaks on this phone, which seems to be doing quite well on PR for an unannounced phone. One of the rumors/leaks is a “mini” version of the Zara called the Z3 (no Desire in the name for this one). With all the buzz on this phone we’ve reached out to our usual unlock code suppliers and confirmed they will be able to unlock the HTC Desire 601 once it launched. Best of all, they’re offer free unlock codes for the HTC Desire 601.
The new LG flagship device, the LG G2 has just launched worldwide. This is a nice device and is a good job by LG producing an Android device that can compete with the Samsung GS 4 and HTC One’s of the mobile world. It’s quite an entry and we’ll show more about the device after we cover unlocking the device.
For those of you in the US, you will be out of luck. Due to the exemptions in the DMCA expiring any device manufactured on January 26, 2013 for a US carrier cannot be unlocked without carrier permission……in other words the only legal way you can unlock this device is to get a code from the carrier the G2 is locked to. The rest of the world, those outside of the US, do not have to pay any attention to this nonsense and can unlock the phone without issue. For free by choosing the TrialPay option at checkout.
We’ve got FREE unlock codes for Blackberry 9720 – we don’t know how long the offer will last but for now you can get the code free. Be sure in each case to use the TrialPay option at checkout to get the unlock code for free (You can also pay for it if you don’t want to sign up for any of the TrialPay offers. It’s only $7.99 and probably won’t break the bank).
Now that you’ve got your Blackberry 9720 unlock code – you’ll need to enter it on your device. That’s easy enough with the instructions below:
1. Power on your Blackberry device with a non-accepted SIM
2. Goto “Main Menu” —> “Settings”
3. Goto “Advanced Options” —> “Simcard”
4. Enter MEPD on the keypad (you will not see anything on screen as you do this)
5. Enter MEP2 (this will pop another screen screen prompting you for your unlock code)
6. Enter the 8 or 16 digit unlock code provided by GSMUnlockLabs.com
7. The phone should respond “Code Accepted”. Your Blackberry is now permanently unlocked.
Below you can find the latest news from around the internet for the new Blackberry 9720:
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